AMD's New Ryzen 3 Processors Promise Up To 75% More Speed Than Intel Processors

Dhir Acharya - Apr 23, 2020


AMD's New Ryzen 3 Processors Promise Up To 75% More Speed Than Intel Processors

AMD has announced its new Ryzen 3 processors as well as a new B550 chipset with support for PCIe 4.0, promising to boost work productivity and gaming.

AMD has announced its new Ryzen 3 processors as well as a new B550 chipset with support for PCIe 4.0. From the architecture of its latest Zen 2 processor, the new Ryzen 3 3100 and 3 3300X will directly rival Intel i3 chips as they are meant to handle both work and gaming at a resolution of 1080 pixels. The processors would be the perfect choice for those who want a desktop with a tight budget. The 3 3100 will cost Rs 7,636 while the 3 3300 will cost Rs 9,163. They are expected to be on sale from May 21.

AMD has announced new Ryzen 3 processors
AMD has announced new Ryzen 3 processors

Both the Ryzen 3 new processors are 8-thread/4-core, coming with a 65W TDP (thermal design power) as well as 18MB total cache. While the Ryzen 3 3100 features a 3.6Hz base speed and a 3.9Hz boost speed, the 3300X features a 3.8Hz base speed and a 4.3Hz boost speed. To compare, the previous 3 2300X had only a 4-thread/4-core design along with 8MB cache. Meanwhile, the first and second-gen processors had a 65W TDP too, meaning the AMD’s new Ryzen 3 processors are more power-efficient.

The new Ryzen 3 processors are enabled with SMT (Simultaneous Multi-Threading), which means each physical core is split into virtual ones, hence increases the performance, making each core able to run two instruction streams at the same time. This is the reason why they have an 8-thread design instead of 4.

The Ryzen 3 2200G processor
The Ryzen 3 2200G processor

AMD claims that the new Ryzen 3 processors offer up to 20% more speed in gaming performance along with up to 75% more speed in creator performance compared with the Core i3-9100 processor from Intel.

AMD is releasing new desktop CPUs means there will also be a new chipset to pair with them. From June 16, we expect motherboards with the B550 chip from ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, Colorful, and ASRock. These are all compatible with PCIe 4.0 but that doesn’t always go with gaming power.

So, let’s wait until May and June to see the new products and how they perform in real life.

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